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Account of 1918 flu pandemic was spot on | READER COMMENTARY

Baltimore's New Cathedral Cemetery section MM is known as Flu Hill for the large number of victims of the 1918 influenza pandemic buried there.
Baltimore's New Cathedral Cemetery section MM is known as Flu Hill for the large number of victims of the 1918 influenza pandemic buried there. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun/The Baltimore Sun/TNS)

I wanted to take this occasion to congratulate Childs Walker for the absolutely superb story of the 1918 flu pandemic which appeared in last Sunday’s print edition of The Baltimore Sun (“'The forgotten pandemic': What researchers can learn from the 1918 flu that devastated Baltimore,” April 10).

It was beautifully written, an absolute journalism masterpiece. Well done!

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Dr. Rene’ Gelber, Laurel

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